When Conga builds the cluster, the nodes added to the cluster are rebooted. If
this is not required for proper installation, then we should force the reboot
Reboot is required whenever kernel is in the chain of dependencies of rpms to
install during deployment.
RHEL4: base cluster (cman-kernel, dlm-kernel) and shared storage (GFS-kernel)
RHEL5: shared storage (kmod-gfs, kmod-gfs-xen)
So, reboot can be avoided in the case of failover cluster (no shared storage)
So, reboot can be avoided in the case of deployment of RHEL5 failover cluster
(no shared storage).
*** Bug 303261 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
bugfix seems to work and be present, nodes didn't reboot when unneccessary.
Changing state to verified.
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described in this bug report. This report is therefore being
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